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  • Free Summer Meals Ages 0 to 18
    Summer Meals

    Meal boxes consist of five breakfast and lunch meals and one gallon of milk per child.

    In June on Wednesdays at two locations: Gamewell Elementary and Hudson Middle School. The drive-thru distribution times are 11:30 am to 1:30 pm and 3:30-5:30 pm. No distribution the week of July 4-8.

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  • Metrolina Driving Academy

    Metrolina Driving Academy

    Sign up for Driver's Ed training for July sessions here.  Register by school. 
    Please only enroll for one class session and "click" one time.
    If you have questions, about your enrollment.  Please call 704-785-5064

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  • Summer Meals for Children/Teens

    Wed., June 29, is the last day for the Summer Meal Box distribution for children/teens ages 0 to 18.

    A meal box consists of five breakfast and lunch meals and one gallon of milk per child. Distribution sites are Gamewell Elementary and Hudson Middle School from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm and 3:30-5:30 pm.

    Starting July 11 through August 19, lunches will be offered for ages 0 to 18 years at the following sites: Martin Luther King Center, Mulberry Park, and Redwood Park. More details to follow.

    Summer meals are provided by the CCS Child Nutrition Department and funded by the USDA.

    Summer Meals

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  • Caldwell County Schools is now registering kindergarten students who will turn five years old on or before August 31, 2022. 

    “Children will be introduced to a new and exciting educational environment,” said Superintendent Dr. Donald Phipps. Read more>

    To register for kindergarten, click here.

    Kindergarten Screening

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  • Read to Achieve Summer Camp

    The spark of joyful learning continues this month as nearly 200 second and third-grade students participate in the Read to Achieve Camp at Granite Falls Elementary, Davenport A+, or Hudson Elementary. Each site has an average of 60 students attending.

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  • New Administrative Recommendations Approved

    At a School Board work session on Wednesday, June 1, 2022, Superintendent Dr. Donald Phipps recommended administrative assignments effective July 1, 2022.

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  • WLMS Wins $500 for Reaching 100 Percent on the NC TWCS!

    William Lenoir Middle School won prize money from the state for reaching 100% participation on the 2022 North Carolina Teaching Working Conditions Survey. The school was presented a $500 check provided by the NC Business Committee for Education and the NC Department of Public Instruction after its name was drawn from among other schools across the state that reached 100 percent. 

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CCS Information and Updates

      Facts and Figures

      • Top 3 in the State CTE Program
      • 87% Graduation Rate
      • 10,735 Enrollment
      • 25 Schools
      • $16,038,300 College Scholarships (Class of 2021)
      • 14,490 College Credit Hours (Class of 2021)

      Face Mask Status

      • Effective immediately - Face Masks are Optional

        The School Board held an emergency meeting today (February 11, 2022) and the decision was made to make masks optional. This change takes place immediately. The school district will continue to monitor data and encourage anyone who wishes to wear a mask to do so.

         

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